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A George I silver tea caddy. Britannia Standard marks of John Farnell, London 1717. Later engraved monogram.  Notes: VAT: margin scheme  Dimensions: Height 13 cm, weight 215 gr // SOLD - November 2013  //  - Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

A George I silver tea caddy

A Satsuma tea jar with its original inner and outer lid by Kinkozan and artist signed Konen, two painted panels, one women and children, the other a lake scene.

A Satsuma tea jar with its original inner and outer lid by Kinkozan and artist signed Konen, two painted panels, one women and children, the other a lake scene.

Fine George III satinwood and inlaid octagonal tea caddyLate 18th c.The hinged lid centered by a specimen wood oval panel within a laurel wreath, opening to reveal a covered lined interior, the sides with conforming oval panels and leafy swags, flanked and divided by canted simulated fluted corners. H: 4 3/4, W: 4 3/4, D: 4 1/2 in. Live Auctioneers

Fine George III satinwood and inlaid octagonal tea : Lot 0301

A GEORGE III POLYCHROME-JAPANNED TOLE TEA CADDY  CIRCA 1760  Of bombé form, decorated with floral sprays, butterflies and a coat of arms applied to the back and front, with brass handle and feet

A GEORGE III POLYCHROME-JAPANNED TOLE TEA CADDY CIRCA 1760 Of bombé form, decorated with floral sprays, butterflies and a coat of arms applied to the back and front, with brass handle and feet

Tea canister Courtauld, Louisa 1770s London Although the tea canister was hall-marked and probably sold through the shop of the goldsmiths George Cowles (died 1811) & Louisa Courtauld, it may have been put together by a number of independent specialists. The tea canister bodies, made from silver sheet seamed at the side, could have been supplied by one maker, who then passed the object to another to add a lock and liner and on to a third for engraved decoration. This was the usual method

Tea canister

Federal satinwood tea caddy, ca. 1800, with paterae inlays.

Federal satinwood tea caddy, ca. with paterae inlays.

Harewood Twin Tea Caddy (c. 1790 United Kingdom) // Georgian Harewood Tea Caddy inlaid with boxwood & sycamore fluted cants, its edged and inlaid with a checquered boxwood & ebony stringing. This wonderful tea caddy is inlaid with superb Black Thorn Oysters, to the top, front, and both sides with the top being book matched. The back has a single burr yew medallion.   Contains most of its original tin lining. // Price  GBP 1850 //  - Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

Harewood Twin Tea Caddy (c. 1790 United Kingdom) // Georgian Harewood Tea Caddy inlaid with boxwood & sycamore fluted cants, its edged and inlaid with a checquered boxwood & ebony stringing. This wonderful tea caddy is inlaid with superb Black Thorn Oysters, to the top, front, and both sides with the top being book matched. The back has a single burr yew medallion. Contains most of its original tin lining. // Price GBP 1850 // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

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